The Libraries newest acquisition, the IEEE Xplore, should send a charge of excitement to students in engineering, computer science, physics, information science, and other disciplines.
The IEEE Xplore (IEEE/IEE Electronic Library (IEL)) is a collaboration between the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) in the United States and the Institute of Electronic Engineers (IEE) in the United Kingdom. It covers more than 30% of the world's literature in electrical engineering, electronics, computer science, information science, materials science, physical sciences and biomedical engineering. The database allows for full text access to over 120 journals, over 350 conference proceedings and 875 IEEE standards from more than 36 not-for-profit IEEE societies and IEE. There are currently over 730,000 articles in IEL with content back to 1988.
Users may access IEEE Xplore from the Indexes and Databases pages, accessible from the front page of the Rutgers University Libraries website, by following one of these paths:
- Science, Technology, and Math / Engineering and Technology
- Science, Technology, and Math / Computer Science
- Science, Technology, and Math / Physics
- Social Sciences and Law / Library and Information Science
Posted January 22, 2002